The Cardinal And The Crow by Michael MonizThe Cardinal And The Crow by Michael Moniz

The Cardinal And The Crow

byMichael MonizIllustratorMichael Moniz

Picture Books | February 20, 2015

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All the birds tease old Crow for his scraggly feathers and harsh call, especially proud Cardinal. But when Cardinal gets into trouble, there is only one creature smart enough to get him out. Will Crow choose to help the boastful bird? This thoughtful picture book, inspired by Aesop's fables, reminds us all that 'pride and foolishness often go hand in hand.'
Michael Moniz spent his childhood living between the big city and the tranquil Azores islands of Portugal. It is this unique upbringing and an early appreciation for culture and the arts that inspired Michael's creativity at young age. His first book, Wazzyjump, also published by Simply Read Books, received a starred Kirkus review. The...
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Title:The Cardinal And The CrowFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:40 pages, 11.5 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:February 20, 2015Publisher:Simply Read BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927018587

ISBN - 13:9781927018583

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Once upon a time, in a very charming little wood.A crow perched on the limb of a large and twisted old tree from dawn to dusk.This crow was very old, older than any of the other birds or animals for many miles around.His call was harsh and course; his feathers long and straggly. But this didn't bother him.He would have been happy, if the other birds left him alone.But they didn't. They mocked and teased him endlessly, flying around him and calling him names all day long. They always pestered him, singing, "Ugly old crow; ugly old crow."One bird, a proud, young cardinal, especially delighted in abusing him. Crow felt especially hurt by cardinal, who seemed to puff up proudly every time he pestered him.

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"A brisk, entertaining fable...Highly Recommended."~ CM Magazine, 4/4 stars review